I’m grateful for taking time away from constantly thinking about my life. I am hopeful you are stopping yourself from thinking too much as well.
Hey, we all need a break from the humdrum of life precarious side roads and sometimes we have a tendency to let our mind settled in on preoccupying about future plans. Yet, Friends, life is going to go whether you are on the front wheels driving or chilling inside the back seat of a car.
What good does it serve your higher purpose to always stay on the move, but you don’t allow yourself the ability to sit down and rest your mind? I like to visualize our bodies as a battery. Once the battery life span is low, things begin to slow down. There is less energy for gathering the action plans you have created for yourself, therefore, causing lackluster performance when you could have turn down the volume on your physical activities and sat somewhere doing absolutely nothing.
The best results requires the least resistance. And, there’s nothing earth-shattering to allow yourself to do nothing. I would not recommend doing nothing for an exceptionally long period of time, yet I do see the positive benefits to give your mind a chance to rest.
Despite this #30dayofgratefulness challenge, I have prolonged my daily posts because quite simply I’m human and needed a break to recharge. I won’t beat myself up since I didn’t adhered to my personal goals, however, as long as I continue writing my posts, that is what counts the most.
Determination is great, yet taking care of your mental and emotional self-care is a far greater step toward understanding the real principles behind holistic living. As always, I wish you a peaceful Memorial Day and remember to ask yourself this, what are you grateful for?